Itchiku Kubota Museum of Art
This museum, created by textile dyer Itchiuka Kubota (1917-2003), features the Itchikugahana Collection of kimono art pieces. Constructed in 1994, the museum has an unbeatable location looking out on the majesty of Mt. Fuji and the limpid waters of the lake, with exhibits largely focused on the subject of, first, the “Trinity” of man, nature, and art and, second, promoting new culture and the arts.
In addition to Itchiku’s artwork, the museum also conveys the man’s worldview, from the garden, to the building, to the furniture and arrangements.
Address2255 Kawaguchi, Fujikawaguchiko-machi, Minamitsuru-gun, Yamanashi Prefecture